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Fueling the Blaze of Creativity

Fueling the Blaze of Creativiity: A weekly digest of what gets designer Maya Ahluwalia’s juices flowing

The Weekly Edit

Maya Ahluwalia

Innovation is one of those buzzwords that apply to everything from a no-mess garbage bag to fashion-tech fusions like Ringly.  Creativity is at the root of innovation, therefore deserving of celebration for every iteration.

While it’s hard to picture at the moment, as we slowly slide into winter, but there is no better feeling that jumping into a crisp, cool pool on a stifling summer day. Here in New York, despite being surrounded by water, that delicious feeling is hard to come by unless you are prepared to sweat your face in line at the public pool first. Using inventive technology to pull water from its natural resources, +Pool proposes to create a floating pool at one of New York’s many waterfronts.

The great debate of whether or not each scenario presented was truly ironic or not plagued the airwaves in the mid-90s. In this hilarious updated version, none of these situations are particularly ironic either, but they are spot on with how ingenious technological crutches have taken over our lives. And who doesn’t love when a celebrity makes fun of themselves?!

With the profusion of life hacks that have sprouted out of the Internet recently, it’s a wonder how we ever functioned before 2010. As an avid snacker, however, I have to admit that this one is pure genius!

When not preoccupied with the overabundant use of acronyms or the practical application of physics and math, I am astounded by Mark Watney’s ability to overcome almost every obstacle to survive. While still only halfway through The Martian, I continue to be impressed how the main character endures, while I would probably curl up and cry.